EQUAL TIME MAGAZINE
Equal Time Magazine is Syracuse University's feminist and women's lifestyle magazine. As an online editor, I helped launch the magazine's website, managing a writing staff of three to publish 12-15 "Campus Life" articles a month in a style similar to Bustle, The Skimm, and Refinery 29. As a print editor, I edit 2,000 word features and collaborate with design staff to package articles for the Spring "Survival Issue." I also contribute pieces both to print and online.
HILLARY: HOW WE GOT HERE
Equal Time, Spring 2016, (page 26-28)
In a makeshift campaign office in Eugene, Oregon in the early 1960’s, dozens of women huddled around a cluttered dining room table for a monotonous routine: a routine of continuous stamp-licking. Each day for a series of weeks, these women removed bundles of trading stamps from envelopes that had been mailed to their office, licked them, pasted them in books, and exchanged them for money or merchandise that they could sell. It was a quiet routine, a subtle act of rebellion to fund a presidential campaign for the 1964 primaries.
FEMINIST ISSUES WE HOPE TO HEAR ABOUT IN DEBATES
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton faced off in the first Presidential Debate of the season last night, and it was just as entertaining as we dreamed it would be. Clinton said that Trump lives in his own reality. Trump denied that he was ever in favor of the war in Iraq (again). And an imaginary 300-pound hacker may or may not have stolen confidential files from the DNC.